Ariana Grande’s ‘Eternal Sunshine’ Snags Second Week at No. 1 In U.K.

Ariana Grande‘s Eternal Sunshine (via Republic Records) continues to blaze over the U.K. chart.

The leader at the midweek mark, Grande’s seventh studio album enters a second week at No. 1 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart, where it’s her fifth leader after Dangerous Woman (2016), Sweetener (2018), thank u, next (2019) and Positions (2020).

Eternal Sunshine holds off the Weeknd’s The Highlights (Republic Records/XO), which lifts 3-2 for its equal peak position. The Canadian R&B star’s hits collection has now logged 163 weeks on the U.K. tally, none of them at No. 1.

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The highest new entry this week belongs to Kacey Musgraves, whose sixth studio LP Deeper Well (Interscope) digs in at No. 3. That’s a career best for the U.S. country artist, and third top 10 appearance following 2018’s Golden Hour (No. 6) and 2021’s star-crossed (No. 10).

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Deeper Well is the best-seller on vinyl during the most recent chart week, the Official Charts Company reports.

Also new to the chart is Justin Timberlake’s sixth studio collection, Everything I Thought I Was. It’s new at No. 5 for JT’s sixth top 10 – a list that includes his solo leaders Justified (2002), FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006), The 20/20 Experience (2013), plus The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 and 2018’s Man of the Woods, both of which peaked at No. 2.

Hotly-tipped newcomer Caity Baser bags her first U.K. top 10 album with Still Learning, the Southampton-born, Brighton-based artist’s 13-track debut mixtape. It’s new at No. 7. Baser was nominated for the 2024 BRITs Rising Star award, won by The Last Dinner Party.

Also, Manchester, England rapper Nemzzz nabs his first slot on the Official U.K. Albums Chart appearance with his debut Do Not Disturb (Nemzzz), new at No. 17.

Finally, U.S. rock veterans the Black Crowes swoop in for an eighth U.K. top 40 with Happiness Bastards (Silver Arrow). It’s new at No. 7 on the latest tally, published Friday, March 22.

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